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He continued to head-butt parked cars as some kind of distraction from his emotional state.'I was powerfully drawn to her just as she was to me, so much so that I knew that early on we needed to talk about the reasons why we shouldn't slip into a romantic and sexual relationship with each other.'Before escaping the sunny southland and heading back to the mid-western cornfields, he connected with acting coach Bryan O'Byrne, who became a mentor to him and encouraged Nolte to 'focus on acting as a method of studying the human soul.'It would be a decade before Nolte ventured back to Los Angeles.He agreed but admits he wasn't sure if that scene even made it into the film.Streisand had a reputation for being mean but Nolte saw 'she was totally thorough and prepared, and did a lot of research.' They talked extensively about their characters' relationship and the romantic pull – and suddenly it was happening in real life.'I was powerfully drawn to her just as she was to me, so much so that I knew that early on we needed to talk about the reasons why we shouldn't slip into a romantic and sexual relationship with each other as we worked,' Nolte writes.
She was staying at her apartment in Manhattan at the time, an entire floor of a park-side building.
Now in Southern California, 'I loved adding other kinds of inebriates to my recreational repertoire and exploring where it would take me, but even I struggled to hold my own with the over-the-top kinds of insanity that were standard fare', he writes in Rebel: My Life Outside the Lines, his compelling, much anticipated memoir, published by William Morrow.
Nolte first met Barbra Streisand while they were working together in the 1991 film Prince of Tides, which she directed.
But the closer my trip came, the more curious I got about the women there.
I knew I’d only have 5 days, but still wanted to get the full “ I am not eager to sleep around – that has kinda become meaningless & empty for me, but meeting that first girl (or one only, for that matter) in a new country & culture still holds value to me. It’s one of those experience worth having & remembering.